Author has written 22 stories for Princess Diaries, Harry Potter, Sound of Music, Big Bang Theory, Shakespeare, Inglourious Basterds, Walking Dead, and True Blood.
Welcome to my profile page. Below you'll find information about my writings.
Two of my stories are in progress. 'That old Black magic' ( a HARRY POTTER story) is the first fanfic I started writing though it's not the first I published. The central character is an actress who signed to play Narcissa Malfoy Black only to find herself trapped in a world of wizards. She has been waiting since 2011 for me to pick up the story and I plan to do just that. Fighting for my attention however is a BIG BANG THEORY/TRUE BLOOD crossover in which Sheldon did something he shouldn't have done. Not a smart move when you're dealing with vampires.
Watching THE BIG BANG THEORY and THE WALKING DEAD I pictured Penny and her nerds in a zombie-invaded world: they would change, but how? And how would Rick and his group behave toward Sheldon Lee Cooper?
When first seeing THE SOUND OF MUSIC I disliked the baroness but after watching the film again I changed my mind due to the 'wedding present' scene. As a result baroness Schraeder is in the lead in my tSoM stories and I made her meet colonel Hans Landa in an INGLORIOUS BASTERDS crossover.
Most of my stories can be found in the PRINCESS DIARIES realm. In these fanfics the Queen and/or Joseph is/are always the lead(s). Charlotte, Mr Motaz and Viscount Mabrey might make their appearance too and sometimes Amelia and her mother or even Elsie and Von Troken show up. All other women and men needed to fill castle and country are made up by me. I'd like to think of Genovia as stretching from the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean, creating a barrier between France and Spain. My stories can't always be connected (as to the story line) to the films. For one, I always make the widowed Queen a Queen Regent for either her son or her granddaughter. The films are romantic but my stories don't lack drama; especially not in Kidnap, NHEAS (the not happily ever after series), Ties that bond us and International waters.
I also wrote a SHAKESPEARE (Hamlet) story about the seven years old Rosencrantz and Guildernstern at Elsinore castle. About Shakespeare: when you think that his language is old fashioned and boring: go and see one of his plays on stage or watch a film. After seeing a performance you will recognise the characters and the heartbeat of the language. In the 1990 Zeffirelli version all references to politics are unfortunately cut but it's an enjoyable movie. Then there's the 1996 Branagh production which should be watched to see Derek Jacobi's Claudius if nothing else (there's also good acting from among others Richard Briers, who turns Polonius into a sneaky councillor). The 1980 BBC version shows Patrick Stewart and Claire Bloom as a fine royal couple. Mr Stewart again accepted the part of Claudius for the Royal Shakespeare Company and someone had the brilliant idea to make a screen version (2010) of that Hamlet.